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Sensor and Actor Grid for Assistive Healthcare

Funding: 2007: $105,000
2008: $105,000
2009: $100,000

Project Member(s): Hoang, D.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC Discovery Projects)

Start year: 2007

Summary: Alternative solutions are needed for our healthcare system to cope with a large increase in the aged population. This project pioneers an assistive healthcare infrastructure aimed at reducing system costs and improving the quality of life of Australian citizens. In our innovative solution, an end user is monitored non-intrusively and essential health information about her/him is kept in an active health record which becomes alive when action is necessary concerning the person s condition. The successful outcomes will provide a cost effective framework for assistive healthcare, enable novel care services, advance the technologies involved, and allow the creation of a reliable evidence base about a person s wellness for policy development.

Publications:

Hoang, DB & Dang, TD 2015, 'Health Data in Cloud Environments', Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, PACIS 2015 - Proceedings, Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, PACIS, Singapore, pp. 96-108.

Keywords: Assistive healthcare, Preventive healthcare, Active data record, Active services, Collaborative Grid networks, Wireless sensor networks,

FOR Codes: Computer Communications Networks, Health Information Systems (incl. Surveillance), Health related to ageing, Telecommunications, Fixed Line Data Networks and Services